How to Draw Hamtaro
Start this first simple step by drawing out a big circle for Hamtaro's head and then add the facial guidelines. You will then draw the shape of the ears and then the side lines.
Next draw out the shape of the face and then the circle eyeballs. Make a mouse like top lip and then the shape of the lower body.
You are already on the third step and all you have to do is give this Ham-Ham some eyeballs and glare shapes. Detail the inside of the ears and make his cute little arms, hands and feet. Give him a small button nose and a bottom lip.
Well you have reached your last drawing step and what you will do now is color in the eyes and add some whiskers and fuzz on the top of his head. Give him some marking lines and erase all the guidelines and shapes that you drew in step one.
January 17, 2009
Description: These tutorials this week have been massively draining because there is so many to do. This next lesson of the day is going to be on a character from a Japanese anime series which airs on Cartoon Network in the United States. So for this tutorial I will show you "how to draw Hamtaro" from The Adventures of Hamtaro step by step. Now I am assuming that this character is some form of hamster as he looks like one. Hamtaro was created by Ritsuko Kawai who has a story book series on this anime character. This adorable little hamster is the main character of the story and he is owned by a fifth grader girl named Laura and he cares for her very much as she does him. The whole anime series is about the adventures that the ham-hams go on as they learn new things and become smarter with every journey. Hamtaro is joined by a bunch of his ham-ham friends and some say that he even has a crush on Bijou who is known as the ham-ham sweetheart. Since there isn’t a whole lot to say about Hamtaro, I will just tell you that he is a cute and cuddly hamster that puts a smile on your face with every episode. This tutorial will show you "how to draw Hamtaro" from The Adventures of Hamtaro step by step. I know you will have a blast with this lesson because it is simple to do and it should only take you a few minutes to complete him. I will be back soon with more drawing fun so stay tuned there is more on the way.